I assigned PyConUK to myself and I will try to work in it in the next week
If you want to work on it at the same time you can assign it too and say in the list what lists are you going to scrape.
I think my pace will be slow, my energy/free time ratio is low lately.
hope I can help =)
Hi @Daniel-at-github - it's been a while since I've contributed and I'm looking over the issues now. Several of the current issues are for getting the full data for conferences that just have the minimal download info now. What information do conference videos need in order to be considered at "full data?"
Oh, just now noticing how long it's been since anyone posted in here. Going to create a question issue on the repo. Sorry if I'm duplicating information.
Hey @thejessleigh, way to go! with adding this info to the docs!
I want to give a shout out to a couple of devs who have consistently kept this database growing and updated with the latest conferences: https://github.com/pyvideo/data/graphs/contributors@Daniel-at-github@redapple Thanks for all your work! This works is helping 10s of thousands of students learn more about one of the strongest languages in the programming world.
PyVideo served 150,000+ unique users in the past year.
Hey folks - I’ve noticed that the talk counts on the homepage (e.g., under the “most active speakers” list) appear to be off… I think the count is only including talks where the speaker is “solo”, so any appearance on panels, or multiple-speaker talks isn’t being counted.
(I noticed because my own entry is showing a count of 43 talks, but I’ve got 55 talks listed if you click on the link)
Is this behavior as designed, or a bug?
If it’s a bug, which repository would I report this problem against?
I’m happy to take a swing at fixing it… but I can’t work out where I’d even start looking - the contribution docs are great for describing how to contribute metadata, but not on how the site itself is contstructed/deployed. Any pointers?
@redapple Thanks for the pointers! I’ve just submitted a PR with a fix (pyvideo/pyvideo#194), along with two more metadata cleanups (pyvideo/data#709 cleaning up some markup from PyGotham 2018, and pyvideo/data#710 with Yet Another “Dr” reference in my name)
The CI on pyvideo/pyvideo#194 appears to be failing - but I don’t think that’s something in my control...